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Subject: Fantastic recording of a Fantastic night.
This sounds like you are there, to my ear it's perfect. And the Music? We are taken to the Ineffable 'world' of Music itself.
I was eighteen and on ~ 1,000 mics, I'm back there/then when listening to this.
Dylan M -
Subject: A Restored Gem
So great to have guys like CM and JHS re-mastering these old tapes and making them sound awesome.
This is a nearly three hour show with a stellar set-list with generally strong execution in playing.
First set is tight and Shakedown could be as good as the NYE 84' performance. Bobby batches half the lyrics in Lazy Lightnin' but Supplication comes out blazing with fearless intensity, certainly making up for some campy vocal flubs. Deal is mean and long!
Scarlet>Fire>Estimated>Eyes. This one is quality.
Stellar Morning Dew>Throwing Stones. After the sheer awesomeness of the Dew, its hard to follow up, which is probably why Dew settled in the second set closing slot eventually. Stones is nearly near the peak of getting its mature jam settled(happens somewhere on Summer 84 tour), but has an eery feel to it.
Thanks for the update!